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Performed by Fresco Theatre

Playwright: Nick Warren // Director: Jenine Collocott

Designed by Jenni-Lee Crewe and Alistair Findlay, Performed by James Cuningham.

Mat is a successful photographer who has his life exactly how he likes it – ordered, neat, and beautifully composed – until the day his girlfriend tells him she is pregnant. In an attempt to process this disturbing information he goes out for a run. Straying from his regular route, he ventures into a strange part of the city where he makes a gruesome discovery that changes everything.

Other Highlights

It’s a beautifully observed commentary on our lives today, and an absolutely stunning piece of theatre. – Lesley Stones, The Daily Maverick
A moving piece with moments of sheer elegance…Put on your tracksuit, lace up your takkies and take a ‘Sunday Morning’ run through life’s major little lessons with this masterful crew. – Scarletnugni.com
A magisterial performance… a script replete with poetry, poignancy and incisive wit… a tour de force by the most exacting standards, from the brilliant, wordless preface to the last speech. A gem. FIVE STARS. – Cape Argus

Duration: 55 minutes

Grades: Grade 11 - Grade 12

Language(s): English

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